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Title:Odnos medicinskih sester do pacientov rasnih manjšin: sistematični pregled literature
Authors:ID Vidovič, Ana (Author)
ID Pišlar, Milena (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Donik, Barbara (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf VS_Vidovic_Ana_2022.pdf (1,62 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Odnos do migrantov, ljudi različnih veroizpovedi in kultur je odvisen od njihovega sprejemanja v družbi in na nivoju posameznika. Raziskave dokazujejo odstopanja v dostopu do zdravstvenih sredstev, obravnave in odnosu zdravstvenih delavcev do rasnih manjšin. Namen zaključnega dela je opisati odnos medicinskih sester do pacientov rasnih manjšin. Metode: Opravili smo pregled znanstvenih člankov. Iskanje člankov je potekalo po mednarodnih podatkovnih bazah CINAHL, PubMed in SCOPUS. Za prikaz pregleda in izbora vključene literature smo uporabili PRISMA-pristop. Omejili smo iskalno strategijo na izbrano temo in določeno populacijo, izključili članke, ki so starejši od zadanih limitov, nepopolne in nedosegljive članke. Rezultati: V končni pregled in analizo smo vključili 11 raziskav. Na odnos medicinskih sester do rasnih manjšin vplivajo pomanjkanje kulturnih kompetenc, znanja, osebna prepričanja in obstoječi stereotipi posameznih medicinskih sester. Na paciente, razlike v odnosu, vplivajo negativno, saj povzročajo nezaupanje, kar jih odvrača od koriščenja zdravstvenih storitev, tudi kadar je to nujno potrebno. Razprava in sklep: Kljub dostopnim informacijam, medijem in literaturi se srečujemo z ovirami v zdravstveni oskrbi pacientov rasnih manjšin tako na strani medicinskih sester kot na strani pacientov in njihovih družin, kar lahko predstavlja problem na vseh ravneh javnega zdravstva. Za izboljšanje odnosov je pomembno zavedanje in sprejemanje pacientov ne glede na njihovo kulturno, versko ali socioekonomsko ozadje.
Keywords:zdravstvena obravnava, rasne manjšine, medicinska sestra, stereotipi, percepcija
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[A. Vidovič]
Year of publishing:2022
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-83229 New window
UDC:316.647.8:616-083(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:127932931 New window
Publication date in DKUM:04.11.2022
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Language:English
Title:Nurses´attitudes towards racial minority patients: a systematic review
Abstract:Introducion: With ever-changing political movements, wars and unrest, migration of racial minorities into homogenous populations is becoming more and more common. Accepting migrants, different races, religions and cultures depends on each individual, however, there has been an increase in disparities in health care accessibility, nursing care and healthcare worker-patient relationships. The aim of this systematic review is to dvelve into nurses' attitude towards racial minority patients. Methods: We have conducted a review of articles in English. Articles have been found through international databases CINAHL, PubMed and SCOPUS. The PRISMA approach was used to present the research process and to showcase chosen literature. We have limited our search strategy to the selected topic and population, excluded articles, older than set limits, excluded incomplete and unattainable articles. Results: Our findings show, that the existing disparities in patient care of minority patients influences nurses' attitude towards said patients. These disparities emerge due to lack of knowledge, personal beliefs in pre-existing stereotypes of individual nurses, and have a negative effect on patients, as feelings of not being heard and lack of trust arise patients tend to not use available health services. Discussion and conclusion: Despite accessable information, modern media and literature we are met with general unpreparadness of nurses to care for racial minority patients, which poses as a problem on all levels of public health. Advocating for patients needs, no matter their race is vital for improvement of the patient-nurse relationship.
Keywords:nursing care, racial minority, nurse, stereotype, perception


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